So many will contest cases have been filed in the courts in recent years that it almost seems that whenever a will provides for distribution other than in the manner in which the property would descend in the event of intestacy, the probability of a will contest is present. This article will suggest methods by which a client can be given added assurance that his desires will be fulfilled. There are two aspects to consider: first, those methods which we can employ prior to the death of the testator; and second, the precautions we should use in preparing the will.
Note, Wills Can Be Made Unbreakable, 6 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 336 (1957)